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Probe into Himachal Pradesh Staff Selection Commission paper leak case moves at snail's pace

SIT unable to access relevant records

Probe into Himachal Pradesh Staff Selection Commission paper leak case moves at snail's pace


Our Correspondent

Hamirpur, March 21

The probe into the Himachal Pradesh Staff Selection Commission (HPSSC) paper leak case is moving at a snail's pace as the SIT of the Vigilance Department has no access to the relevant records.

The HPSSC complex is under tight security ever since the government dissolved it. The SIT is unable to retrieve any record from the building without permission from the state government.

The government has appointed an HAS officer as OSD of the dissolved commission to address issues pertaining to demands of employees, retirees and to assist the SIT in its investigation. However, in the absence of clear instructions, even the OSD could not open the building and provide any information to the SIT.

Additional Superintendent of Police, Vigilance Department, Renu Sharma said the SIT had written to the OSD seeking relevant records and they hoped to get these soon.

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